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Simple answer: an emulator makes one system imitate another by tricking software into running on a computer
for which it wasn't designed. Perhaps the most popular example is MAME, or the Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator. MAME is able to fool copies of old-school cartridges
(called ROMs -- more on those below) into believing your computer is a classic arcade machine. This allows PC gamers (or cell phone gamers)
to play arcade titles at home as long as they were willing to deal with the legal gray area of downloading ROMs. (More on that later, too.)
Note: These are not ports of arcade games. It's different from, say, playing the original arcade version of 'Mortal Kombat' on your Super Nintendo. MAME runs code taken directly from an arcade machine on another system by helping your system mime
that particular machine. This means an emulator must create a virtual representation of the CPU and other hardware for which the game was originally designed. All of this mimicry requires a significant amount of computing power,
so while you may think your brand-new PC should be able to run 10-year-old PlayStation games without breaking a sweat,
there's a chance it'll slow way down. But older games, such as those for the SNES, shouldn't pose a problem.
Some games that work (not all will run full speed on all devices):
Persona 2, Persona 3 Portable
Dragon Ball Z
Little Big Planet
Burnout Legends, Burnout Dominator
Final Fantasy : Crisis Core
Final Fantasy : Type-0
Monster Hunter 2 Unite and 3: HD Remake
Tekken: Dark Resurrection and Tekken 6
Grand Theft Auto LCS / VCS
and many more...
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